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How-To | Get Sparkling Pots & Pans

Nov 15, 2017

Indulging in delicious dinners, desserts, and left-overs is one of the many perks of the holiday season. Cleaning up food messes from cookware and bakeware is a total bummer, however. Save yourself from endless scrubbing with a little help from The Laundress and make the merriment from that delicious meal last throughout clean up. We have JUST the steps to make the washing of pots and pans a breeze!

Gather These Tools:

All-Purpose Bleach Alternative, Copper Cloth, Dish Detergent, Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths

It’s All in a Soak

Start by removing and discarding any loose food or debris from pots and pans. If surfaces are burned, soak the item in a sink filled with hot water and 1 capful All-Purpose Bleach Alternative. This nontoxic, oxygen bleach will break down hard to remove debris and stains. Use the Copper Cloth to scrub surfaces clean. While the Copper Cloth is gentle enough to use on delicate glassware, it should not be used on Teflon.

Consider This an Extra “Hand” When Hand Washing

After soaking pots and pans, finish by hand washing them with our Dish Detergent. Formulated with a high percentage of active ingredients including enzymes, the Dish Detergent dispels grease, baked-on food, and general cooking messes with ease.

Dry your Masterpiece

Finish by rinsing and wiping dry with a Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth. 

CAUTION: Copper materials are not dishwasher safe. Never place silver in the dishwasher with stainless steel or other metals – it will tarnish immediately. Avoid long term exposure to acidic liquids.

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All-Purpose Bleach Alternative 32 oz

Removes Old & New Stains

Copper Cloth

Removes Old & New Stains

Dish Detergent 16 fl oz

Removes Old & New Stains

Lint-Free Cleaning Cloths

Removes Old & New Stains

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